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Social Media and Social Change

Revolution in Egypt, Social change in middle east countries and north African countries, riots that occurred in England were believed widely spread by social media (see: http://www.deseretnews.com/art … Read More»

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Web 2.0: Reloading Women's voices

As a citizen reporter and young community leader, the Web 2.0 tools (new media, social media, social networking) empower me by giving voice to my plans and ideas both in conception and in execution; a … Read More»

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Web 2.0 gives power to the people

One of the most exciting things about Web 2.0 is how it has been used by activists to fight injustice and challenge repressive governments on a global scale. … Read More»

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Web 2.0 tools and the uprising in Egypt

After the uprising in Egypt, I’ve come to see the web 2.0 on a whole new level. … Read More»

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The Rise of the Fifth Estate i.e. US!

Apart from the obvious advantages that web 2.0 brings to the way we effectively communicate today, owning time to our advantage, the most exciting aspect that web 2.0 brings the attention of the globa … Read More»

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Reclaiming my Voice

I think what excites me most about Web 2.0 is the power to ‘create’. My ability to express myself and voice my opinions is limitless as far as my imagination can go. … Read More»

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Unsilenced Witness

'Man defiles girl and gets infected with HIV' read today’s news headline. … Read More»

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Using Web 2.0 Tools for Queer Feminist Activism

The most exciting thing about Web 2.0 from my perspective is the ability to use new media to reach a large and very tailored audience. … Read More»

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Am I Robinson Crusoe of 21st Century?

Surfing through the Internet and using of software tools are my daily basic duties. What will or can I do without a computer and the Internet? … Read More»

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I POKE YOU!!

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